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Chapter 2.1, Problem 8E

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For the following exercises, points *P*(4, 2) and *Q(x*, *y) *are on the graph of the function

8. Use the values in the tight column of the table in the preceding exercise to guess the value of the slope of the tangent line to *f *at *x *= 4.

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